Social Victorians/People/Schreiber

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Also Known As[edit | edit source]

  • Family name: Schreiber
  • A Mr. Schreiber attended the Duchess of Devonshire's 2 July 1897 fancy-dress ball.
  • William Frederick Duff Schreiber might be W. F. D. Schreiber in newspaper reports.
  • Sir Collingwood Schreiber was knighted in 1916.[1]

Demographics[edit | edit source]

Nationality[edit | edit source]

  • Sir Collingwood Schreiber (14 December 1831 – 23 March 1918): English Canadian

Residences[edit | edit source]

Charles S. Schreiber[edit | edit source]

  • Chelsea (Holy Trinity Upper Chelsea Ecclesiastical Parish) (31 March 1901 Census)[2]
  • Marlesford, Suffolk (1911 census)[3]

Arthur Thomas Schreiber (1829 – 26 August 1902)[edit | edit source]

  • Henghurst, Woodchurch, Kent
  • Becca Hall, Aberford, Yorkshire

Rev. Thomas Schreiber ()[edit | edit source]

  • Suffolk

Mr. G. Schreiber[edit | edit source]

  • Cairo (as of November 1891)[4]
  • Son of Rev. J. E. Lemuel Schreiber ( – by November 1891)

Colonel George Schreiber[edit | edit source]

  • Roden House, Cheltenham[5]

Rev. Thomas Tweeddale (married to a Schreiber)[edit | edit source]

  • Shernbourne-with-Fringe, West Norfolk[5]

Charles S. Schreiber[edit | edit source]

Right now, the person attending the Duchess of Devonshire's ball is a Mr. Schreiber, possibly Mr. Charles Schuldham Schreiber, who was in the Life Guards and who appears in the "Court Circular" section of the Morning Post from time to time in that role. (More full description of this reasoning appears below, in Questions and Notes.)

Until he can be identified, these are possibilities.

A large Schreiber family existed at this time. They seem to have been generally quite wealthy, but their genealogy does not typically appear in peerages, and what is there is incomplete. Reports of births, marriages, deaths, and probates appear in newspaper reports. Also, a number of the Schrebers seem to have been good enough athletes to compete in and win notable tournaments and championships. From these bits and pieces, a genealogy can be constructed. Surmises and guesses are documented in Questions and Notes, and everything else is documented with a footnote (in the list rather than the family tree section).

The following sections try to organize into families the information I've found in genealogical records and digitized newspapers and magazines on Schreibers active at this time.

William Schreiber — Mary Sewell Family[edit | edit source]

  • William Schreiber (1759–1821)[6]
  • Mary Sewell ()[7]
    1. John Charles Schreiber (1782 – )
    2. William Frederick Schreiber (1784 – 28 April 1860)
    3. Lt.-Col. James Alfred Schreiber (21 November 1789 – 1840)
    4. George Schreiber (1794 – )
    5. Reverend Thomas Schreiber (1794 – )
    6. Louisa Schreiber (1796 – )

William Schreiber — Mary Sewell Family Tree[edit | edit source]

The First Two Generations
William Schreiber
(1759–1821)
Mary Sewell
()
John Charles Schreiber
(1782–)
Frances Mary Shuldham
(–23 April 1832)
William Frederick Schreiber
(1784–28 April 1860)
Lt.-Col. James Alfred Schreiber
(21 November 1789–1840)
Mary Ware ()George Schreiber
(1794 – )
Rev. Thomas Schreiber
(17 October 1794 – 15 January 1873)
Sarah Bingham (1804–1856)Louisa Schreiber
(1796 – )

William Frederick Schreiber — Frances Mary Shuldham Family[edit | edit source]

Demographics[edit | edit source]

  • This family is largely from Suffolk
  • Nationality
    • Louisa C. Schreiber, who married Julian Meade Schreiber, was born in Australia.[8]
  • Residences
    • Frederick William Schreiber, Melton, Suffolk (1 March 1861 census)
    • Priscilla Emily Schreiber (c. 1848 – ) was born in Russia, suggesting that Matilda R. Schreiber, at least, as well as possibly Frederick William Schreiber were in Russia in c. 1848.[9]
    • Matilda Schreiber, Melton and Marlesford (at her death, 29 March 1900)[10]

Family[edit | edit source]

  • William Frederick Schreiber (1784 – 28 April 1860)[11]
  • Frances Mary Shuldham (by 9 January 1790[12] – 23 April 1832)[13]
    1. Frederick William Schreiber (c. 1814[14] – c. July 1873[15])
    2. Charles Alfred Schreiber (6 January 1816 – 29 March 1879)
    3. Rev. John Edward Lemuel Schreiber (1817 – 4 February 1876)
    4. Frances Mary Schreiber (c. 1817 – )[16]
    5. Augusta Sarah Schreiber (c. 1831 – )[17]


  • Frederick William Schreiber (c. 1814[14] – c. July 1873[15])
  • Matilda Robertina Houghton[18] Schreiber (c. 1825 – 29 March 1900 or 3 April 1900[19])[10][9]
    1. Priscilla Emily Schreiber (c. 1848 – )
    2. Frederic Ernest Sowther Schreiber (c. 1850 – )
    3. Julian Meade Schreiber (10 September 1854[20] – 13 December 1899[21])


  • Julian Meade Schreiber (10 September 1854[20] – 13 December 1899[21])
  • Louisa Clara Cooper[22] Schreiber (c. 1869[8] – )



  • Charles Alfred Schreiber (6 January 1816 – 29 March 1879)[23]
  • Elizabeth Hester Hogan ()[24]
    1. Emma Augusta Schreiber Astley ( – 1883)
    2. William Frederick Duff Schreiber (10 December 1847 – c. May 1901[25])
    3. Blanche Schreiber (c. 1862 – )
  • Rosa Schreiber (c. 1837 – )[26]
    1. Mary Schreiber (c. 1876 – )[27]


  • William Frederick Duff Schreiber (10 December 1847 – c. May 1901)[28]
  • Alice Mary Cazenove (c. 1857[29] – )[30]
    1. Children


Rev. John Edward Lemuel Schreiber—Lucy Phillipps Family[edit | edit source]

  • Rev. John Edward Lemuel Schreiber (1817 – 4 February 1876)[31]
  • Lucy Phillipps Schreiber (1840 – 2 October 1928)
    1. John Charles Schreiber (27 October 1863 – 6 February 1910)
    2. Acton Lemuel Schreiber (30 March 1865 – March 1951)
    3. Lucy Ashley Schreiber (July 1866 – 26 December 1886)
    4. Clara [or Miss Clare] Marion Schreiber Horton (1869–1949)
    5. Owen Phillipps Schreiber (1870–1929)
    6. George Frederick Schreiber (1872–1941)
    7. Arthur Thomas Schreiber (1875–1963)


  • John Charles Schreiber (27 October 1863 [Barham, Suffolk, England] – 6 February 1910 [Cairo, Egypt])
  • Margaret Western (2 October 1871 [Roorkee, India] – 2 September 1931)
    1. Ella Diana Patricia Schreiber (27 September 1909)


  • Acton Lemuel Schreiber (30 March 1865 – March 1951)
  • Evelyn Amy Hunt (27 April 1868 – 30 May 1947)
    1. Edmond Charles Acton Schreiber (30 April 1890 – 8 October 1972)
    2. Owen Reginald Schreiber (23 October 1893 [Punjab, India] – 22 October 1917 [Ieper, Flanders, Belgium])


  • Clara Marion Schreiber (1869 – December 1949)
  • Sydney George Horton (25 February 1862 – 23 June 1904)
    1. Eileen Clare Hamilton Horton (26 January 1894 – 1 July 1950)
    2. Pleasance Lilias Horton (c. 1899 – )


  • Owen Phillipps Schreiber (6 April 1870 [England] – 14 May 1929 [England])
  • Eleanor Gertrude Schreiber (c. 1858 [Toronto, Ontario, Canada] – 10 December 1912 [Victoria, British Columbia, Canada])


  • George Frederick Schreiber (25 January 1872 [England] – 21 August 1941 [Edinburgh, Scotland])
  • Anna Maria Slettengren (15 November 1886 [Sweden] – 1958 [France])
    1. George Owen Svante Schreiber ()


  • Arthur Thomas Schreiber (26 April 1875 – March 1963)
  • Louisa Mabel Sherlock (27 September 1874 – December 1962)
    1. John Arthur Lemuel Schreiber (1907 – )
    2. Mary Louise Schreiber (2 March 1909 – 3 August 1959)
    3. Evelyn Ruth Schreiber (18 July 1910 – 18 May 1984)

William Frederick Schreiber — Frances Mary Shuldham Family Tree[edit | edit source]

The Charles Alfred Schreibers
William Schreiber
(1759–1821)
Mary Sewell
()
John Charles SchreiberFrances Mary Shuldham
(–23 April 1832)
William Frederick Schreiber
(1784–28 April 1860)
Lt.-Col. James Alfred SchreiberMary WareGeorge SchreiberRev. Thomas SchreiberSarah BinghamLouisa Schreiber
Frederick William Schreiber
(c. 1814 – c. July 1873)
Elizabeth Hester Hogan
()
Charles Alfred Schreiber
(6 January 1816 – 29 March 1879)
Rev. John Edward Lemuel Schreiber
(1817–4 February 1876)
Lucy Phillips
(1840–2 October 1928)
Frances Mary Schreiber
(c. 1817–)
Augusta Sarah Schreiber
(c. 1831–)
Emma Augusta Schreiber
(–1883)
William Frederick Duff Schreiber
(10 December 1847–)
Alice Mary Cazenove
()
Children
Unknown number
Margaret Western
(2 October 1871 – 2 September 1931)
John Charles Schreiber
(27 October 1863 – 6 February 1910)
Evelyn Amy Hunt
(27 April 1868 – 30 May 1947)
Acton Lemuel Schreiber
(30 March 1865 – March 1951)
Lucy Ashley Schreiber
(July 1866 – 26 December 1886)
Sydney George Horton
(25 February 1862 – 23 June 1904)
Clara Marion Schreiber
(1869–1949)
Eleanor Gertrude
(c1858 – 10 December 1912)
Owen Phillipps Schreiber
(1870–1929)
Anna Maria Slettengren
(15 November 1886 –1958)
George Frederick Schreiber
(1872–1941)
Louisa Mabel Sherlock
(27 September 1874 – December 1962)
Arthur Thomas Schreiber
(1875–1963)

Lt.-Col. James Alfred Schreiber—Mary Ware Family[edit | edit source]

Demographics[edit | edit source]

Residences[edit | edit source]

  • Lady Charlotte Guest Schreiber, 17 Cavendish Square (at her death, 15 January 1895)
  • Rev. Henry Ware Schreiber (), Hill House, Melton, Suffolk

Family[edit | edit source]

  • Lt.-Col. James Alfred Schreiber (21 November 1789 – 1840)[32]
  • Mary Ware ()[33]
    1. Charles Schreiber (10 May 1826 – 31 March 1884)[34]


  • Sir Josiah John Guest, 1st Bt. (2 February 1785 – 26 November 1852)[35]
  • Maria Elizabeth Ranken ( – January 1818)[36]
  • Lady Charlotte Elizabeth Bertie (19 March 1812 – 15 January 1895)[37]
    1. Constance Rhiannon Guest ( – 22 March 1916)
    2. Blanche Vere Guest ( – 11 October 1919)
    3. Katharine Gwladys Guest ( – 5 December 1926)
    4. Mary Enid Evelyn Guest (1 July 1834 – 1 November 1912)
    5. Charlotte Maria Guest (3 July 1834 – 5 June 1902)
    6. Ivor Bertie Guest, 1st Baron Wimborne of Canford Magna (29 August 1835 – 22 February 1914)
    7. Thomas Merthyr Guest (18 January 1838 – 5 November 1904)
    8. Montague John Guest (29 March 1839 – 9 November 1909)
    9. Augustus Frederick Guest (12 August 1840 – 23 May 1862)
    10. Arthur Edward Guest (7 November 1841 – 17 July 1898)
  • Charles Schreiber (10 May 1826 – 31 March 1884) [married Lady Charlotte Guest][34]

Lt.-Col. James Alfred Schreiber—Mary Ware Family Tree[edit | edit source]

The Charles Alfred Schreibers
William Schreiber
(1759–1821)
Mary Sewell
()
John Charles SchreiberFrances Mary ShuldhamWilliam Frederick SchreiberLt.-Col. James Alfred Schreiber
(21 November 1789 –1840)
Mary Ware
()
George SchreiberRev. Thomas SchreiberSarah BinghamLouisa Schreiber
Charles Schreiber
(10 May 1826 – 31 March 1884)

Rev. Thomas Schreiber—Sarah Bingham Family[edit | edit source]

  • Reverend Thomas Schreiber (17 October 1794 – 15 January 1873)[38]
  • Sarah Bingham (1804–1856)[39]
    1. Weymouth George Schreiber (20 November 1826 – 5 July 1898)[40]
    2. Arthur Thomas Schreiber (1829 – 26 August 1902)[41]
    3. Lemuel Schreiber (1830 – )
    4. Sir Collingwood Schreiber (14 December 1831 – 23 March 1918)[42]
    5. Emma Schreiber (1833 – )
    6. Cuthbert Schreiber (1834 – )
    7. Adelaide Schreiber (1835 – )
    8. Wilfred Schreiber (1838 – )
    9. Percy Schreiber (1838 – )
    10. Fanny Schreiber (1840 – )
    11. Julia Sarah Schreiber Bloxome[41] (1841 – )
    12. Frances Frederica Louisa Schreiber[41] (1842 – )
    13. Sidney Schreiber (1843 – )
    14. Rose Edith Schreiber[41] (1845 – )


  • Weymouth George Schreiber (20 November 1826 – 5 July 1898)[43]
  • Harriett de Lisle (1835 – 17 February 1861)[44]


  • Arthur Thomas Schreiber (8 February 1829 – 26 August 1902)[45]
  • Elizabeth Hastings Wheeler Schreiber ()
    1. Evelyn Mary Bingham Schreiber ()


  • Evelyn Mary Schreiber ()
  • Captain Somerset Edward Deane [or Deare?] Webb ()


  • Sir Collingwood Schreiber (14 December 1831 – 23 March 1918)[46]
  • Caroline MacLean (4 September 1833 – 8 February 1892)[47]
    1. 4 daughters and a son[48]
    2. Eleanor Gertrude Schreiber (1858–1912)
    3. Mary Ethel Schreiber Lewis (1860–1943)
    4. Mabel Maude Schreiber Lambe (1869–1930)
    5. Audrey Louisa Schreiber Lay (1874–1937)
  • Julia Maude Gwynne (28 January 1862 – 23 March 1918)[49]

Rev. Thomas Schreiber—Sarah Bingham Family Tree[edit | edit source]

The Rev. Thomas Schreibers
William Schreiber
(1759–1821)
Mary Sewell
()
John Charles SchreiberFrances Mary ShuldhamWilliam Frederick SchreiberLt.-Col. James Alfred SchreiberMary WareGeorge SchreiberRev. Thomas Schreiber
(17 October 1794 – 15 January 1873)
Sarah Bingham
(1804–1856)
Louisa Schreiber
Harriett de Lisle
(1835 – 17 February 1861)
Weymouth George Schreiber
(20 November 1826 – 5 July 1898)
Lemuel Schreiber
(1830–)
Emma Schreiber
(1833–)
Adelaide Schreiber
(1835–)
Percy Shreiber
(1838–)
Julia Sarah Schreiber Bloxome
(1841–)
Sidney Schreiber
(1843–)
Mrs. Schreiber
()
Arthur Thomas Schreiber
(1829 – 26 August 1902)
Sir Collingwood Schreiber
(14 December 1831 – 23 March 1918)
Cuthbert Schreiber
(1834–)
Wilfred Schreiber
(1838–)
Fanny Schreiber
(1840–)
Frances Frederica Louisa Schreiber
(1842–)
Rose Edith Screiber
(1845–)
Evelyn Mary Bingham Schreiber
()
Captain Somerset Edward Deare Webb
()
Caroline Maclean Schreiber
(4 September 1833 – 8 February 1892)
Julia Maude Gwynne Schreiber
(28 January 1862 – 23 November 1937)
4 daughters
and 1 son
Eleanor Gertrude Schreiber
(1858–1912)
Mary Ethel Schreiber Lewis
(1860–1943)
Mabel Maude Schreiber Lambe
(1869–1930)
Audrey Louisa Schreiber Lay
(1874–1937)


Whole Family Family Tree[edit | edit source]

The Schreibers
William Schreiber
(1759–1821)
Mary Sewell
()
John Charles Schreiber
(1782–)
Frances Mary Shuldham
(–23 April 1832)
William Frederick Schreiber
(1784–28 April 1860)
Lt.-Col. James Alfred Schreiber
(21 November 1789–1840)
Mary Ware ()George Schreiber
(1794 – )
Rev. Thomas Schreiber
(17 October 1794 – 15 January 1873)
Sarah Bingham (1804–1856)Louisa Schreiber
(1796 – )
Elizabeth Hester Hogan
()
Charles Alfred Schreiber
(6 January 1816 – 29 March 1879)
Lady Charlotte Elizabeth Bertie
(19 March 1812 – 15 January 1895)
Charles Schreiber
(10 May 1826 – 31 March 1884)
Harriett de Lisle
(1835 – 17 February 1861)
Weymouth George Schreiber
(20 November 1826 – 5 July 1898)
Lemuel Schreiber
(1830–)
Emma Schreiber
(1833–)
Adelaide Schreiber
(1835–)
Percy Shreiber
(1838–)
Julia Sarah Schreiber Bloxome
(1841–)
Sidney Schreiber
(1843–)
Mrs. Schreiber
()
Arthur Thomas Schreiber
(1829 – 26 August 1902)
Sir Collingwood Schreiber
(14 December 1831 – 23 March 1918)
Cuthbert Schreiber
(1834–)
Wilfred Schreiber
(1838–)
Fanny Schreiber
(1840–)
Frances Frederica Louisa Schreiber
(1842–)
Rose Edith Screiber
(1845–)
Evelyn Mary Bingham Schreiber
()
Captain Somerset Edward Deare Webb
()
Caroline Maclean Schreiber
(4 September 1833 – 8 February 1892)
Julia Maude Gwynne Schreiber
(28 January 1862 – 23 November 1937)
4 daughters
and 1 son
Eleanor Gertrude Schreiber
(1858–1912)
Mary Ethel Schreiber Lewis
(1860–1943)
Mabel Maude Schreiber Lambe
(1869–1930)
Audrey Louisa Schreiber Lay
(1874–1937)
Emma Augusta Schreiber
(–1883)
William Frederick Duff Schreiber
(10 December 1847–)
Alice Mary Cazenove
()
Rev. J. E. Lemuel Schreiber
(–by May 1892)
Mrs. Schreiber
()
Number and sequence of children unclear
John Charles Schreiber
()
Miss Clare Marion Schreiber Horton
()
Acton Lemuel Schreiber
()
Mr. G. Schreiber
(of Cairo)

Charles S. Schreiber — Margaret Henderson Family[edit | edit source]

  • Charles S. [Shuldham?] Schreiber (c. 1872 – January 1943)
  • Margaret Henderson[50] (c. 1872 or c. 1880 – )
    1. Derek Schreiber (c. 1905 – )
    2. Richard Schreiber (c. 1908 – )
    3. Pamela Schreiber (c. 1911 –)


  • Mrs. Brymer Schreiber ()
  • Captain de Burgho Hodge ( – before 1905)
  • General Brymer Francis Schreiber, C.B. ()
    1. Number and sequence of children is unknown
    2. Miss Mabel de Burgho Hodge ()[51]
    3. Miss Mary de Burgho Hodge ()

Rev. J.E.L. Schreiber's Family[edit | edit source]

See, under Relations, below, the weddings in this family.

  • Gen. H. Phillips, sibling of Mrs. Schreiber

Cousins

  • Rev. Westfield Andrews
  • Rev. Alfred Schreiber
  • Mr. Charles Phillips [?]


Other Schreibers[edit | edit source]

  • Lieut.-Col. James Alfred Schreiber ( – before 29 March 1900)
  • Matilda Schreiber ( – 29 March 1900)[10] [but this Matilda was married to Frederick William Schreiber?]
    1. At least 5 sons
    2. 5th son: Rev. Henry Ware Schreiber (c. 1832 or 1833 – 10 December 1905)[52]


  • Rev. Henry Ware Schreiber ()[53]
  • Mrs. Margaret Schreiber ()

Relations and Other Schreibers[edit | edit source]

  • Lady Charlotte Elizabeth Bertie Guest married Charles Schreiber (10 May 1826 – 31 March 1884)
  • Deaths, Wills, and Funerals
    • Mr. Henry Cazenove's will, 1894[54]:
      • Executors: wife Mrs. Barbara Constantia Cazenove, nephew Mr. Arthur Philip Cazenove, son-in-law Mr. William Musgrave Wroughton, of 30, Chester-square (each got £1,000)
      • Mr. W.F. Duff Schreiber, son-in-law, also got £1,000.
      • Mrs. Alice Mary Schreiber, daughter, "and her children" got £25,000 in trust, as did Alice Mary's sister, Mrs. Edith Constance Wroughton and her children.
    • Lady Charlotte Schreiber's will, 1895:
      • General Brymer Francis Schreiber, C.B., General B.F. Schreiber
      • Rev. Henry Schreiber and Mrs. Margaret Schreiber[53]
    • Arthur Thomas Schreiber (8 February 1829 – 26 August 1902), probate, c. 1876:[45]
      • "Probate: Of Henghurst, Woodchurch and of Becca Hall, Leeds to Elizabeth Hastings Schreiber, widow and Evelyn Mary Bingham Webb (wife of Somerset Edward Deane Webb) £417,026."
    • Lieutenant C.B. (Clare Basil) Schreiber, R.F.A. (2 December 1873 – 15 December 1899)[55]
    • William Frederick Duff Schreiber's probate (16 October 1901)[25]
    • Rev. Henry Ware Schreiber, 10 December 1905, so born about 1832 or 1833:[52]
      • Father: the late Lieut.-Col. James Alfred Schreiber
      • "SCHREIBER.—10th Dec., at Height, Near Norwich, the Rev. Henry Ware Schreiber, fifth son of the late Lieut.-Col. James Alfred Schreiber, of the Hill House, Melton, Suffolk, aged 72."[52]
  • Weddings
    • Mary E. Schreiber — Alfred H. Exham wedding, 5 January 1887[56]:
      • Her father: "the late Mr. William Schreiber, of Annagh, county Cork"
    • Mr. Acton Lemuel Schreiber—Miss Evelyn Amy Hunt wedding, 22 June 1889[57]
      • Mr. Acton Lemuel Schreiber, lieutenant Royal Engineers, second son of the late
      • Rev. J. E. Lemuel Schreiber, rector of Barham, Suffolk
      • Amy Evelyn Hunt's father: Col. E.D. Hunt[58]; Amy Evelyn was the 4th daughter, as reported in "Arrangements for This Day" in the Morning Post[59]
    • Helena Evelyn Schreiber – George Richard Clarkson wedding:[60]
      • 17 September 1889, St. Paul's, Onslow-square, S. Kensington
      • "Helena Evelyn, youngest daughter of the late William Thomas Schreiber, of Annagh House, Cork."
      • George Richard Clarkson, of The Friars, [S?] Michael's Hamlet, Liverpool
    • The Miss Clare Marion Schreiber 14 May 1892 wedding[61]:
      • Bride: Miss Clare Marion Schreiber (only surviving daughter of the late)
      • Groom: Captain Sydney G. Horton, "only son of the late Rear-Admiral W. Horton, C.B."[4] The engagement was in the "Court Circular" section of the Morning Post,14 November 1891.
      • Mr. John Charles Schreiber, Clare's oldest brother, gave her away[62]
      • Rev. J.E.L. Schreiber, M.A., rector of Barham, Suffolk
      • Mrs Schreiber, of the Convent House, Claydon, in Barham Church
      • Gen. H. Phillips, Clare's uncle[62]
    • Mrs. Louise Clara Schreiber — George Streynaham Master, 19 January 1898[63]:
      • She was divorced from Major Julian Mede Schreiber May 1893
      • Her father: "the late J.W.H. Cooper, of Melbourne and London"
      • His father: "the late Charles Hoskins Master, of Barrow Green, Oxted"
    • Augusta Maude Schreiber Tweeddale — Thomas Rawling Bridgewater[5]:
      • Bride's father: the late Rev. West Norfolk
      • Bride's grandfather: the late Colonel George Schreiber
      • Groom's father: the late Mr. J.P. Bridgewater, H.M.C.S.
    • The J.C. Schreiber—Miss Margaret Western wedding, 31 August 1901[64]:
      • Mr. John Charles Schreiber, eldest son of
      • The late Rev. J.E.L. Schreiber, J.P., rector of Barham, Suffolk
      • Rev. Westfield Andrews, cousin of the groom
      • Rev. Alfred Schreiber, cousin of the groom
      • Miss Eileen Horton, groom's niece
      • Master Owen Schreiber, groom's nephew
      • Mr. G. Schreiber, of Cairo, best man
    • Miss Hilda Dynsley Schreiber — Major George A.C. Webb, Royal Munster Fusiliers, 19 July 1902[65]
      • Her father: Colonel Percy Bingham Schreiber, "late Royal Scots"
  • Divorce
    • Mrs. Louisa Clara Schreiber v. Major Julian Mede[66] Schreiber, December 1892 through May 1893
  • Schreibers Present at Sundry Events and in Newspaper Accounts
    • Captain or Mr. Charles S. Schreiber, who played polo with some people who had titles: Mr. S. Schreiber played in a polo tournament 26 May 1894.[67] A Mr. Schreiber is reported to have playing polo a number of times, as was Mr. C.S. Schreiber. Mr. Charles S. Schreiber, in the 1st Life Guards, was promoted from lieutenant to captain on 21 March 1899.[68] For example, Captain C.S. Schreiber played polo at Ranelagh on Saturday, 13 July 1901 (or the prior Saturday; this is the date of the report in The Queen), in the Ladies Cup tournament. was nominated by Mrs. Schreiber, to whom Captain C.S. Schreiber gave his prize, which was a diamond brooch.[69]
    • Mr. H.W. Schreiber, who rowed for Cambridge in 1855 or 1856, is reported in 27 December 1907 to have died: the year he was chosen to row for Cambridge "the great frost prevented the annual race [between Cambridge and Oxford] from Putney to Mortlake being decided. The result was that the Oxford and Cambridge crews, by consent, competed for the Grand Challenge Cup at Henley Regatta, when Mr. Schreiber rowed No. 3 in the Cambridge crew, whic [sic] won rather easily."[70]
    • Mrs. Schreiber played the harp in an amateur concert on Tuesday, 24 November 1891, reported in the Kilburn Times.[71]
    • Mr. G.G. Schreiber is reported to have played a large role in a meeting of the Old Stonebridge Musical Society on Saturday, 16 December 1887.[72]
    • Miss Schreiber, the Misses Schreiber, and Miss E. Schreiber played badminton in various tournaments in the 1890s and early 1900s.[73] Miss E. Schreiber, from Bognor, is "one of the most graceful and stylish of players."[74]
    • G.F. Schreiber and A.T. Schreiber played lawn tennis in a tournament in 1904.[75]
    • A. Schreiber played cricket in a tournament between Guernsey Island and the Incogniti, 26 and 27 July 1897.[76]
    • Mr. W.B. Schreiber was a founding member of the Badger Club, with Mr. J.H.B. Cowley and Mr. P. Clutterbuck, for "badger digging and ... training terriers for the purpose." Schreiber had "wire-haired terriers, even of Devonshire show strains."[77]:Col. 3a
    • In summer 1893, Dr. Schreiber was running a spa in Meran, Italy, which did not allow anyone "who actually suffers from tuberculosis."[78]

Acquaintances, Friends and Enemies[edit | edit source]

Friends[edit | edit source]

Mentioned in Report of Captain C. S. Schreiber's November 1900 Wedding[79][edit | edit source]

  • Geoffrey Thomas Taylour, 4th Marquess of Headfort
  • Earl of Carnwath and Ladies Dalzell
  • Lord and Lady Hatherton
  • Lord and Lady Wantage
  • Lord George Hamilton, M.P.
  • Dowager Lady Blois
  • Sir Cuthbert and Lady Quilter
  • Maria Anna Curzon-Howe Hamilton, Duchess of Abercorn
  • Hon. Mrs. Lowther and Hon. W. Lowther
  • Mrs. Surtees
  • Marquis and Marchioness Cambden
  • Hon. John Savile

Lady Charlotte Guest Schreiber[edit | edit source]

Organizations[edit | edit source]

Timeline[edit | edit source]

1847 c. May, Frederick William Schreiber and Matilda Robertina Houghton married in Plomesgate, Suffolk.[18]

1852, the family of the Rev. Thomas Schreiber moved to Canada.[46]

1863 January 14, J.E. Lemuel Schreiber (called John E.I. Schreiber in the record) and Lucy Phillipps, daughter of Charles Phillipps, married.[80]

1864, Arthur Thomas Schreiber and Elizabeth Hastings Wheeler married, apparently in England.[45]

1883 c. May, William Frederick Duff Schreiber and Alice Mary Cazenove married.[81]

1889 June 18, Tuesday, dual wedding of two sisters: "Mr. Acton Lemuel Schreiber, lieutenant Royal Engineers, second son of the late Rev. J. E. Lemuel Schreiber, rector of Barham, Suffolk, and Miss Evelyn Amy Hunt, fourth daughter of Colonel E. D’Arcy Hunt, of 3, Onslow-gardens, South Kensington."[57] Groomsman for Acton L. Schreiber was Mr. Charles Phillips of the Royal Artillery.

1892 May 14, Saturday, the John Bull reported a recent wedding: "Captain Sydney G. Horton, Royal Artillery, only son the late Rear Admiral W. Horton, C.B., was recently married to Miss Clare Marion Schreiber, only surviving daughter of the late Rev. J.E.L. Schreiber, M.A., rector of Barham, Suffolk, and Mrs Schreiber, of the Convent House, Claydon, in Barham Church."[61]

1892 December 14, Wednesday, Mrs. Louisa Clara Schreiber petitioned in divorce court for a restitution of conjugal rights because her husband, Army officer Julian Schreiber, had left her. They were married on 11 July 1884 at the Marylebone registry office and in a church on 23 August 1884; he left in April 1891.[82]

1893 May 19, Friday, a divorce was granted to Mrs. Louisa Clara Schreiber "by reason of adultery and desertion" by retired Major Julian Schreiber, who had been a lieutenant in the 1st Bedfordshire Regiment. He had been using the name Mr. Soanes to visit Miss Le Blanche in Sidney-street, Fulham-road.[83] The judge was Sir F. Jeune.[66]

1894 May 26, Saturday, a Mr. S. Schreiber played polo in the Handicap Tournament at Ranelagh.[67]

1897 July 2, Mr. Schreiber attended the Duchess of Devonshire's fancy-dress ball.

1897 July 10, Saturday, a Mr. Schreiber played polo with some men with titles: on the Jodhpore side were Lord Kensington, Khunwar Dhokral Singh, Major Turner, and Herji Singh; on the Ranelagh team were Mr. Pilkington, Mr. Schreiber, Lord Harrington, and Captain Fitzgerald.[84] (Col. 2c)

1897 July 15, Thursday, a Mr. Schreiber played polo with some men with titles: on the Paris Polo Club side were M. Escandon, C. Duval, the Marquis de Villavieja, and Sir Humphrey de Trafford; on the Household Brigade side were Lord Kensington, Mr. Clowes, Captain Milner, Mr. Schreiber.[84] (Col. 3c)

1897 July 24, a Mr. Schreiber played polo with some men with titles: on the visitor's team were Lord Kensington, Mr. Lambton, Mr. F.W. Balfour, and Mr. Schreiber; on the Ranelagh team were Mr. Spender Clay, Mr. Bernard Wilson, Mr. N. Baring, and Mr. [Smart? type too dark to read].[85]

1898 March 1, Tuesday, some Schreibers's gifts to the bride and room are mentioned in an account in The Gentlewoman of the wedding of Mr. H.E. D'Arcy-Hutton and Miss L.M.L. Mackenzie: Mr. Alec Schreiber, Mrs. and Miss Charles Schreiber, Mrs. John Schreiber, Captain and Mrs. A. Schreiber.[86]

1898 July 2, a Mr. Schreiber played polo with some men with titles and seems to have owned a good horse: on the "I Zingari" team were Lord Castlereagh, Mr. Schreiber, Mr. G.A. Miller, and Sir Humphrey de Trafford; on the Ranelagh team were Lord Kensington, Lord Shrewsbury, Messrs E.B. Sheppard and Neil Haig.[87]

1899 March 21, Tuesday, Mr. Charles S. Schreiber, in the 1st Life Guards, was promoted from lieutenant to captain.[68]

1899 April 30, Sunday, The Referee reports on some polo matches in which a Mr. Schreiber played, this time identified as Mr. C.S. Schreiber: on the side of the 1st Life Guards were Captain G.F. Milner, Mr. C.S. Schreiber, Mr. P.B. Cookson, and Mr. W. Waring; on the side of Handley Cross were Mr. F.L. Wallace, Mr. H. Rich, Mr. F.O. Ellison, and Mr. W. Matthews.[88]

1899 November 2, Thursday, "Evelyn Mary Bingham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schreiber, of Hengherst, Woodchurch, Kent, and Becca Hall, vid Barwick-in-Elmet, Leeds, was united to Capt. Somerset E.D. Webb (1st York and Lancashire Regiment)": "Miss Schreiber was given away by her father, and attended by her cousins, the Miss Hilda Schreiber and Grace Hastings Wheler, Miss Catharine Ranken and Miss Winifred Law."[89] "The ceremony was followed by a reception at Hengherst. The whole of the route from Hengherst to Woodchurch was beautifully decorated with Venetian masts, triumphal arches, and many coloured flags. Over a hundred guests were entertained to luncheon in a tent, including Lord and Lady Rosmead, Mrs. Lewin, Captain and Mrs. Edgar, Mrs. and Miss Bloxam, Miss Schreiber and Miss E. Schreiber, Mr. Wheler, Messrs. George and Hastings Wheler, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh St. Aubyn, Mr. and Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Landon, Miss Pyemont Smith, Miss Whitaker, Mr., Mrs., and Miss Cameron, Mr. C. Landon, Mr. Prater, Mrs. and Miss Ashley Dodd, Colonel Groves, Miss Campbell, Mrs. Young and Miss Young, Colonel and Mrs. Bromhead, Colonel and Mrs. Fred Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Burra, Mr. and Mrs. Pomfret, Canon and Mrs. Parkes, Mr. and Mrs. Weldon, etc." [This wedding is not fully worked in to the genealogies constructed above.]

1899 December 27, Wednesday, Captain Schreiber was presented to Queen Victoria at an event around a Christmas tree she had given to the "wives and children of the non-commissioned officers and men of the Household Brigade, as well as those of the reservists residing in the Windsor District, who are on active service in South Africa." Many members of the royal family were present, although the Prince and Princess of Wales were not. Captain Schreiber was a member of the Committee of the Windsor Branch of the Soldiers' and Sailors' Families' Association or among the officers commanding in garrison regiments with their adjutants, all of whom apparently were presented to the Queen: "Lady Edward Spencer Churchill, Lady Mary Currie, the Hon. Mrs. Percy Crutchley, Miss Emily Loch, the Hon. Mrs. Bingham. Sir Francis Tress Barry, Bart., M.P., the Very Rev. the Dean of Windsor and Miss Eliot, Sir John Soundy, the Mayor of Windsor, Mr. A. T. Barber; Mr. A. H. Thornton, the Rev. J. Shephard, D.D., vicar of Eton; the Rev. G. Nicholas, M.A., vicar of Clewer St. Stephen; tbe Rev. A. Lee, Congregational minister; Mr. H. J. Gillespie, secretary to the Windsor Branch of the Soldiers' and Sailors' Families Association, and Mrs. Gillespie; Captain Schreiber and Lieutenant Cookson, 1st Life Guards; and Major the Hon. J. St. Aubyn and Lieutenant Clive, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards."[90]

1900 September 27, the Morning Post reported the following: Rev. F.L. Schreiber, M.A., "curate of Canford Magna; [had been appointed to] vicar of Shipbourne, Kent."[91]

1900 November 17, Saturday, a number of Schreibers attended the wedding of Captain Charles S. Schreiber ("1st Life Guards, of Marsford Hall, Wickham Market, Suffolk"[92]) and Margaret Henderson and gave newsworthy gifts: Mrs. C. Schreiber, Mr. Alex Schreiber, Miss M. Schreiber, Mrs. John Schreiber, Captain and Mrs. A. Schreiber, Mrs. Somerset Webb and Miss Hilda Schreiber, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schreiber, Mr. George Schreiber.[79]

1901 August 31, Saturday, another wedding with a Schreiber: "Mr. J. C. Schreiber, eldest son of the late Rev. J. Schreiber, J.P., rector of Barham, Suffolk" to Miss Margaret Western. A number of Schreiber relations were present.[64]

1904 April 31, Saturday, Miss E. Schrieber, Miss Schreiber, Miss Savage, and Miss Fladgate were bridesmaids for their cousin "Miss Godfrey, only child of Mr. William Bernard Godfrey, of Old Quarry Hall, Bletchingly, Surrey" in her wedding to Mr. George Allan Villaneuve Roberts.[93]

1905 February 23, Thursday, another Schreiber wedding: "Mr. John Stuart Lloyd, elder son of Mr. J. D. Lloyd, of The Mount, Chirk, North Wales, was married yesterday at Oswestry Parish Church, to Miss Mabel de Burgho Hodge, youngest daughter of the late Captain de Burgho Hodge, 12th Lancers, and of Mrs. Brymer Schreiber, and step-daughter of Major-General B. F. Schreiber, of The Mount, Oswestry."[94]

Costume at the Duchess of Devonshire's 2 July 1897 Fancy-dress Ball[edit | edit source]

At the Duchess of Devonshire's fancy-dress ball, Mr. Schreiber (at 286) was dressed as Duca d'Iripolda in the Italian procession.[95][96]

Questions and Notes[edit | edit source]

  1. Some Schreiber men seem to have played polo and cricket and some women badminton and croquet well enough to be in competitions reported on in newspapers.
  2. Charles S. (Shuldham?) Schreiber, the polo player, married Margaret Henderson in the last quarter of 1900 at St. George Hanover Square in London; George Bayliss and Ruth Cranmer's names are also listed in the Marriage Registration Index.[50] He is in the 1901 census for London, estimated birth date is 1872; his wife, estimated birth date 1880, is Margaret Henderson Schreiber; 3 servants are living there: Mary Ann Pickburn, 49, from Traneston, Warwickshire; Kate Lefevre, 22, from Pembroke Square St., London; Alice Parkins 21, from Surrey.[2] In the 1911 census, the family has grown: besides Charles S. and Margaret Schreiber are Derek Schreiber, 6; Richard Schreiber, 3; Pamela Schreiber, 0; Watson, 30, governess, from Temple Somerby Westmoreland; the servants were Alice Buckingham, 31, from London; Mary Thorne, 30, from Alphington Enster, Devonshire; Ellen Bartlett, 33, from Glastonbury, Somersetshire; Maud Rouse, 20, from Salford, Lancashire; Ethel Boreham, 21, Glemsford, Suffolk; Bessie Blake, 18, Fornham Nr Martin, Suffolk; Elizabeth Montgomery, 35, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire; Leonard Ralph, 19, Dover, Kent; Arthur Hapgood, 16, East Grimstead, Sussex.[3]
  3. Thomas Arthur Schreiber: Surmising from the matching names of the sisters that Thomas Schreiber, son of Reverend Thomas Schreiber (the one with 14 children), is Thomas Arthur Schreiber, who died 26 August 1902. Surmising from the notice in the Daily Telegraph that the only sisters he had left were Julia Sarah Schreiber Bloxome, Frances Frederica Louisa Schreiber, and Rose Edith Schreiber; the notice has their middle and married names. This notice also suggests only his brother Collingwood Schreiber was still alive.[41] His estate was valued at £417,026, perhaps around $50,000,000 in today's American dollars. Most of his estate went to his widow and daughter, with some to the living sisters and brother, suggesting that he had only the one child.
  4. Mr. W.F.D. Schreiber — William Frederick Duff Schreiber (10 December 1847 – c. 1901) — was a well-known breeder of homing pigeons and on the committee London North Road Federation pigeon show and competition in 1898.[97] "Wm Fredk Duff Schriber" is listed as son in law — occupation, distiller — in the 1891 census, apparently living with Alice Mary Schriber's [sic] parents, Henry and Barbara Constantia Cazenove; no children of W.F. Duff and Alice Mary Schreiber are listed.[98] An ad taken out in the 14 September 1901 Field, The Country Gentleman's Newspaper, says that Mrs. Schreiber wishes to recommend W. Burrows, a "working stud groom," because of the death of Mr. W.D.F. Schreiber; "Address, Dalton House, Watford, Herts."[99] William F.D. Schreiber is listed as head of household in the 31 March 1901 census in Watford, Hertfordshire: also present in the household were Alice M. Schreiber, 43; Amy L. James, visitor, 33, from Truro, Cornwall; Nita Castle-Turner, 31, from Norwood, Surrey; and the servants Susan Carter, 40, from Tring, Hertfordshire; Bertha Bailey, 39, from Isle of Wight; Minnie Gates, 24, from Wing, Buckinghamshire; Ellen O. Eplegrave, 21, from Hertfordshire; Nellie G. Morgan, 19, from Monmouthshire; Ernest P. Carpenter, 26, from Hertfordshire; Arthur A. Bugden, 21, from Hertfordshire.[100]
  5. Arthur Thomas Schreiber, Hengherst, Woodchurch, Ashford (1829 – 26 August 1902): his lambs and sheep (Kentish or Romney Marsh) won prizes at the 1901 Smithfield Club Show.[101]
  6. A number of members of the family of the Rev. Thomas Schreiber (17 October 1794 – 15 January 1873) seems to have moved to Canada: Weymouth George Schreiber's wife Harriett de Lisle Schreiber, who was born in Guernsey in 1835 and who married into the Schreiber family in 1856, died in Toronto in 1861;[44] Weymouth George Schreiber died in Erindale, Ontario, Canada in 1898.[43]
  7. Frederick William Schreiber and Matilda Schreiber and 2 children, Priscilla Schreiber and Ernest Schreiber were living in Kelsale, Suffolk in the 1 March 1851 census; his occupation is listed as "Landed Proprietor," and Priscilla's birthplace says, "Prussia British Subject"; also present were 4 servants: Caroline Beach, 41, from London; Eliza Garrod, 17, from Melton, Suffolk; Marianne Trumpeter, 21, from Snape, Suffolk; and Henry Stephens, 17, from Stratford, Suffolk.[102] In the 1 March 1861 census Frederick William Schreiber and Matilda Schreiber are listed with 3 children, Priscilla Emily Schreiber, Frederic Ernest Lowther Schreiber, and Julian Meade Schreiber on Melton Street, in Melton, Suffolk, along with Harriet Andrews, governess, 21, from Egham, Surrey, and 5 servants: Sarah Denny, 33, from Stow Upland, Suffolk; Frances Stubbs, 27, from London; Mary Ann Garnham, 24, from Dallinghoo, Suffolk; Anne Damant, 21, from Melton; and George Scrutton, 26, from Tunstall, Suffolk.[9] In the 1871 census, no children are listed as being in the house that day; Frederick W. Schreiber and Matilda Schreiber are listed (with his occupation as landowner), as is Eugenia Jenney, Frederick W. Schreiber's sister in law (36, from Tunstal, Suffolk); 3 servants are listed: Sarah Hogbin, 53, from Deal, Kent; Mary A. Bailey, 59, from Ash, Suffolk; and Fanny Cooper, 30, from Southwold, Suffolk.[103] In the notice of Matilda's death in 1900, Frederick William Schreiber is called Colonel Schreiber.
  8. Julian Meade Schreiber belongs to the Shuldham family and is the one Mrs. Louisa Clara Schreiber successfully sued for divorce based on desertion and adultery. He was a lieutenant in the 1st Bedfordshire Regiment. They married on 11 July 1884 at the Marylebone registry office and in a church on 23 August 1884; he left in April 1891.[82] On 1 March 1891, the census records them as living together in Aldershot, Surrey; no servants are listed. First, on 14 December 1892, she petitioned in divorce court for a restitution of conjugal rights because her husband, Army officer Julian Schreiber, had left her. On 19 May 1893, a divorce was granted to Mrs. Louisa Clara Schreiber "by reason of adultery and desertion" by retired Major Julian Schreiber. He had been using the name Mr. Soanes to visit Miss Le Blanche in Sidney-street, Fulham-road.[83] The judge was Sir F. Jeune.[66] He may have married again in the last quarter of 1893 to Annie Green.[104]
  9. His will was probated on 18 October 1900, 10 months after his 13 December 1899 death, and his beneficiary was Hilda Rose Schreiber.[105]

Footnotes[edit | edit source]

  1. "Schreiber, Sir Collingwood." The Encyclopedia Americana. https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_Encyclopedia_Americana_(1920)/Schreiber,_Collingwood.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "England and Wales Census, 1901," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:X9HB-MN9 : 20 May 2019), Charles S Schreiber, Chelsea, London, England, United Kingdom; from "1901 England, Scotland and Wales census," database and images, findmypast (http://www.findmypast.com : n.d.); citing Chelsea North subdistrict, PRO RG 13, The National Archives, Kew, Surrey. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:X9HB-MN9.
  3. 3.0 3.1 "England and Wales Census, 1911," database, FamilySearch(https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:X7GR-88Y : 18 July 2019), Charles S Schrieber, Marlesford, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom; from "1911 England and Wales census," database and images, findmypast(http://www.findmypast.com : n.d.); citing PRO RG 14, The National Archives of the UK, Kew, Surrey. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:X7GR-88Y.
  4. 4.0 4.1 "Court Circular." Morning Post 14 November 1891, Saturday: 5 [of 8], Col. 5c [of 7]. British Newspaper Archive https://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk/viewer/bl/0002627/18930819/262/0059.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 "Arrangements for the Day." Morning Post 31 July 1900, Tuesday: 5 [of 10], Col. 6c [of 7]. British Newspaper Archive https://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk/viewer/bl/0002627/18930819/262/0059.
  6. "William Schreiber." "Person Page". www.thepeerage.com. Retrieved 2021-01-23.
  7. "Mary Sewell." "Person Page". www.thepeerage.com. Retrieved 2021-01-23.
  8. 8.0 8.1 "England and Wales Census, 1891," database with images, FamilySearch(https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QFJT-JW2 : 22 February 2021), Julian M Schreiber, Surrey, England, United Kingdom; from "1891 England, Scotland and Wales census," database and images, findmypast(http://www.findmypast.com : n.d.); citing PRO RG 12, Surrey county, subdistrict, The National Archives of the UK, Kew, Surrey. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QFJT-JW2.
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 "England and Wales Census, 1861," database with images, FamilySearch(https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M7DM-5KK : 30 December 2020), Fredk Wm Schreiber, Melton, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom; from "1861 England, Scotland and Wales census," database and images, findmypast(http://www.findmypast.com : n.d.); citing PRO RG 9, The National Archives, Kew, Surrey. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M7DM-5KK.
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 "Deaths." Morning Post 02 April 1900, Monday: 1 [of 6], Col. 1a [of 7]. British Newspaper Archive https://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk/viewer/bl/0002627/18930819/262/0059.
  11. "William Frederick Schreiber." "Person Page". www.thepeerage.com. Retrieved 2021-01-23.
  12. "England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975", database, FamilySearch(https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V52J-KYT : 20 March 2020), Francis Mary Schuldam, 1790. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V52J-KYT.
  13. "Frances Mary Shuldham." "Person Page". www.thepeerage.com. Retrieved 2021-01-23.
  14. 14.0 14.1 "England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975", database, FamilySearch(https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N5B3-W66 : 19 March 2020), Frances Mary Shuldham in entry for Frederick William Schreiber, 1814. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N5B3-W66.
  15. 15.0 15.1 "England and Wales Death Registration Index 1837-2007," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:2JRP-6TF : 31 December 2014), Frederic William Schreiber, 1873; from "England & Wales Deaths, 1837-2006," database, findmypast (http://www.findmypast.com : 2012); citing Death, Woodbridge, Suffolk, England, General Register Office, Southport, England. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:2JRP-6TF.
  16. "England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975", database, FamilySearch(https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NBWM-FXG : 20 September 2020), Frances Mary Shuldham in entry for Frances Mary Schreiber, 1818. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NBWM-FXG.
  17. "England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975", database, FamilySearch(https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NBW9-3Y6 : 19 March 2020), William Frederick Schreiber in entry for Augusta Sarah Schreiber, 1831. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NBW9-3Y6.
  18. 18.0 18.1 "England and Wales Marriage Registration Index, 1837-2005," database, FamilySearch(https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:26W1-4H2 : 13 December 2014), Frederic William Schreiber, 1847; from "England & Wales Marriages, 1837-2005," database, findmypast (http://www.findmypast.com : 2012); citing 1847, quarter 2, vol. 12, p. 567, Plomesgate, Suffolk, England, General Register Office, Southport, England. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:26W1-4H2.
  19. "England Deaths and Burials, 1538-1991", database, FamilySearch(https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:J8S5-2JZ : 17 March 2020), Matilda Robertina Schreiber, 1900. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:J8S5-2JZ.
  20. 20.0 20.1 "England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975", database, FamilySearch(https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JWJ7-B1S : 20 September 2020), Frederick Willies Schreiber in entry for Julias Meede Schreiber, 1854. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JWJ7-B1S.
  21. 21.0 21.1 "Obituary." "Army." Army and Navy Gazette 16 December 1899, Saturday: 17 [of 24], Col. 2c [of 3]. British Newspaper Archive https://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk/viewer/bl/0001394/18991216/091/0017.
  22. "England and Wales Marriage Registration Index, 1837-2005," database, FamilySearch(https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:2DVT-YV1 : 13 December 2014), Julian Meado Schreiber, 1884; from "England & Wales Marriages, 1837-2005," database, findmypast (http://www.findmypast.com : 2012); citing 1884, quarter 3, vol. 1A, p. 1170, Marylebone, London, England, General Register Office, Southport, England. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:2DVT-YV1.
  23. "Charles Alfred Schreiber." "Person Page". www.thepeerage.com. Retrieved 2021-01-22.
  24. "Elizabeth Hester Hogan." "Person Page". www.thepeerage.com. Retrieved 2021-01-22.
  25. 25.0 25.1 "England and Wales, National Index of Wills and Administrations, 1858-1957," database, FamilySearch(https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QPL4-LLMR : 17 September 2018), William Frederick Duff Schreiber, 16 Oct 1901; citing Probate, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom, Her Majesty's Stationery Office, Great Britain.; FHL microfilm 251,383. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QPL4-LLMR.
  26. "England and Wales Census, 1871", database with images, FamilySearch(https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VFN8-NNW : 16 November 2020), W F D Schrieber in entry for Charles A Schrieber, 1871. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VFN8-NNW.
  27. "England and Wales Census, 1881," database with images, FamilySearch(https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:Q27D-R97P : 12 December 2017), William Schreiber in household of Rosa Schreiber, Ipswich St Margaret, Suffolk, England; from "1881 England, Scotland and Wales Census," database and images, findmypast (http://www.findmypast.com : n.d.); citing p. 1, Piece/Folio 1875/4, The National Archives, Kew, Surrey; FHL microfilm 101,774,703. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:Q27D-R97P.
  28. "William Frederick Duff Schreiber." "Person Page". www.thepeerage.com. Retrieved 2021-01-22.
  29. "England and Wales Census, 1891," database with images, FamilySearch(https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:4GB5-SW2 : 2 May 2019), Wm Fredk Duff Schriber in household of Henry Cazenove, Weedon, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom; from "1891 England, Scotland and Wales census," database and images, findmypast(http://www.findmypast.com : n.d.); citing PRO RG 12, Buckinghamshire county, subdistrict, The National Archives of the UK, Kew, Surrey. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:4GB5-SW2.
  30. "Alice Mary Cazenove." "Person Page". www.thepeerage.com. Retrieved 2021-01-22.
  31. "John Edward Schreiber and Lucy Phillipps." Family Search Tree https://www.familysearch.org/tree/pedigree/portrait/9JN9-W2Q.
  32. "Lt.-Col. James Alfred Schreiber." "Person Page". www.thepeerage.com. Retrieved 2021-01-23.
  33. "Mary Ware." "Person Page". www.thepeerage.com. Retrieved 2021-01-23.
  34. 34.0 34.1 "Charles Schreiber." "Person Page". www.thepeerage.com. Retrieved 2021-01-23.
  35. "Sir Josiah John Guest, 1st Bt." "Person Page". www.thepeerage.com. Retrieved 2021-01-23.
  36. "Maria Elizabeth Ranken." "Person Page". www.thepeerage.com. Retrieved 2021-01-23.
  37. "Lady Charlotte Elizabeth Bertie." "Person Page". www.thepeerage.com. Retrieved 2021-01-23.
  38. "Reverend Thomas Schreiber." "Person Page". www.thepeerage.com. Retrieved 2021-01-23.
  39. "Sarah Bingham." "Person Page". www.thepeerage.com. Retrieved 2021-01-23.
  40. None of the sons in this family has children, and almost none of them has a spouse in The Peerage as of January 2021.
  41. 41.0 41.1 41.2 41.3 41.4 "Wills and Bequests." Daily Telegraph 24 November 1902, Monday: 10 [of 14], Col. 5b [of 7]. British Newspaper Archive https://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk/viewer/bl/0001112/19021124/175/0010.
  42. "Collingwood Schreiber". Wikipedia. 2020-07-23. https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Collingwood_Schreiber&oldid=969191762. 
  43. 43.0 43.1 Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 07 February 2021), memorial page for Weymouth George Schreiber (20 Nov 1826–5 Jul 1898), Find a Grave Memorial no. 145300807, citing Saint Peter's Anglican Church Cemetery, Erindale, Peel Regional Municipality, Ontario, Canada ; Maintained by Bruce Gordon (contributor 48010981).
  44. 44.0 44.1 Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 07 February 2021), memorial page for Harriett de Lisle Schreiber (1835–17 Feb 1861), Find a Grave Memorial no. 183895651, citing Saint James Cemetery, Toronto, Toronto Municipality, Ontario, Canada ; Maintained by Bruce Gordon (contributor 48010981).
  45. 45.0 45.1 45.2 Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 9 February 2021), memorial page for Arthur Thomas Schreiber (8 Feb 1829–26 Aug 1902), Find a Grave Memorial no. 141008773, citing All Saints Churchyard, Woodchurch, Ashford Borough, Kent, England ; Maintained by 1414Jan (contributor 48003845) https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/141008773/arthur-thomas-schreiber.
  46. 46.0 46.1 Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 07 February 2021), memorial page for Sir Collingwood George Schreiber (14 Dec 1831–23 Mar 1918), Find a Grave Memorial no. 39274364, citing Beechwood Cemetery, Ottawa, Ottawa Municipality, Ontario, Canada ; Maintained by Peterborough K (contributor 46537737) https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/39274364/collingwood-george-schreiber.
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